Indicator HELLA handle bar
We have the original Hella handlebar tip indicator in our program that was an original part for many old Vespas. The bull eye blinker comes out of the custom corner and Harley section. The blinker “Street” (the name has been changed for patent reasons) can be mounted on the handlebar tips or on the chassis.
Comes as one piece.
In the case of Vespa models which are serially produced with indicator handlebar ends such as the Sprint / Rally models, the retrofitting of indicators is not a problem. Strictly speaking, the indicator handlebar ends should not co-rotate with the throttle or gear tube. This means that the indicators are assembled in matching inner tubes placed in the throttle or gear tube and fixed to the steering head. The throttle or the gear tube thus rotates externally around the indicator tube. The required inner tubes are still available or have been re-released by us in the SIP Vintage Line.
In the case of Vespa models of the VNA/VNB/VBB series, etc., indicators were never planned and were never built for such scooters by PIAGGIO. It was always a case of ?put your arm out?. As a result, the retrofitting of indicator handlebar ends is not easily possible due to the construction. A great deal of good craftsmanship is required even to just produce the missing brackets in the steering head alone to affix the indicator inner tube. The easiest but actually non-permissible way of retrofitting indicator handlebar ends is to directly screw down the indicators to the throttle and gear tube. In the process, however, the indicators turn when the gas is pressed and are activated. You can find out more about the installation in the mounting instructions.
SIP-TIP: In order to avoid a voltage drop in the case of models with 6V electrics, the battery pack can be optionally used for the power supply of the indicators.
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